To save money, I often create generic test answer sheets so the kids do not mark in the test booklets. This way I can reuse my curriculum whenever possible. I thought others might also be able to benefit from them, so I've posted them as PDFs for anyone to download and utilize. The first answer […]
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Last month I had the opportunity to write a book review for our homeschool association's newsletter (of which I'm the editor). It's a really great book, so I thought I'd post my review here as well. Sonya Haskins has written a superb book that puts a veritable gold mine of information at every homeschooler’s fingertips. […]
As co-director of our church's children's Christmas musical, I am responsible for finding six pairs of pom-poms for some "cheerleaders" in the play. Since we don't really have a budget for props, I looked for something really cheap, but that would still look good and "Christmas-y." Do you know how hard it is to find […]
This article explores how our modern culture has "…invented ‘the teenager’, an unfortunate creature who had all the yearnings and capabilities of an adult, but none of the freedoms or responsibilities."
A schedule of our ideal homeschool day. It may not be perfect but it works for us.
Dispelling the myth that I run a perfect homeschool.